Alon Las Vegas will be the flagship location for Alon hotels. Alon is the hotel that’s planned for the space across the street from Wynn. You may remember that James Packer and Crown Holdings purchased the land across the street from Wynn last year but details beyond this being a luxury resort have been sparse. Details are still limited (there’s still no construction or opening time frame yet) but Fox 5 Las Vegas got some information yesterday. Here are some highlights:
Among the early renderings included in the application are plans for two towers that would have a total of 1,100 rooms.
One of those towers would be about half the height of the Trump tower, located directly to the west.
There was also a full layout of the property, including where the water feature, nightclub and villas would be located.
Alon issued the following statement on Thursday:
“Alon Leisure Management, LLC is a new leisure and hospitality company with a focus on developing one-of-a-kind luxury resorts. The destination of the company’s first project, Alon Las Vegas, is strategically located on the Las Vegas Strip and will contribute to the revitalization of the market.
“Alon Las Vegas is a gaming resort being developed on the historic Frontier site. As the flagship destination, Alon Las Vegas will set the creative tone and operating tempo for the company’s developments.
“‘Central to our vision for Alon is the careful consideration, creative exploration and uncompromising execution of the resort experience. We are building a team of seasoned industry operators, entrepreneurs and global designers who bring a fresh, new approach to what we think the future of Las Vegas should be,’ said Andrew Pascal, founder, CEO & co-chairman of Alon Leisure and Alon Las Vegas.
“Alon is envisioned to include approximately 1100 guest rooms and suites and will provide a full complement of integrated resort offerings. The project will generate thousands of direct and indirect jobs for Nevada residents.”
The first renderings aren’t very exciting but you get a better picture when you look at other Crown casinos in Australia. Here’s a look at Crown Promenade in Melbourne. (Shout out to @Vespajet for the heads up!)
There isn’t much more information but you can watch the news clip from Fox below:
Photos: Fox 5 Las Vegas
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